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Adjective
Used to express annoyance
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“Either we pick up a fair fee for our trouble, or we get rid of those blasted opinion pollsters.”
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Being under the influence of a narcotic or drug
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Under the influence of alcohol
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Having been ruined, broken or damaged, especially beyond repair
“The blasted landscape where the battle was fought.”
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Widely spaced
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Wrinkled because the volume has reduced while the surface area of the outer layer has remained constant
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Distended, swollen or inflated
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Absolute or complete in degree
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Spoiled
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To a very large great
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Past tense for to destroy by, or as if by, an explosion
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“Dynamite had been used to blast the rocks at the site.”
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Past tense for to move or proceed very quickly
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“Michael De Santa would blast past us in his car as he frantically chased his slimy psychiatrist.”
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Past tense for to criticize fiercely
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“I suppose that some people may blast me for these criticisms and claim that they found his adventures compelling.”
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Past tense for to shoot or launch (a projectile) forward with force
“At my command, blast the cannonball into the air.”
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Past tense for to shoot someone or something with a gun
“I gazed down at him and fought the urge to just blast him with my piece.”
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Past tense for to burn with a flame
“Place the concoction on the table, stand slightly back, and then blast it with the torch.”
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Past tense for to produce or cause to produce loud continuous music or other noise
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“DJs interchange on the decks as the speakers blast out loud music throughout the weekend.”
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Past tense for to kill, typically by shooting a projectile
“I wanted to knock him right out of his chair, blast him and end the threat, but I didn't know what magic he had.”
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Past tense for to destroy or ruin
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“No wonder, therefore, that they assail him, and that they set all their engines to work in order to blast his reputation.”
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(of a wind or other natural force) Past tense for to wither, shrivel, or blight (a plant)
“A cold wind would blast the rose plants outside.”
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Past tense for to bombard with bombs or artillery
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Past tense for to make a loud, deep, resonant sound
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Past tense for explode or cause to explode
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Past tense for to declare or announce in a formal or solemn way
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Past tense for to charge or damage with electrostatic discharge
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Past tense for to throw or hurl with force
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Past tense for to become very angry in reaction to something
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Put down
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Past tense for to comprehensively defeat
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Past tense for to bring down (a tall object)
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Past tense for inflict a wound on
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Past tense for to strike, especially with force
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Past tense for to engage in activity with a person unwilling or unable to give consent
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Past tense for to make a way through, or into, with physical strength
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Past tense for to deplete, or be depleted, in physical strength or energy
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Past tense for assert something as a position in an argument
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Past tense for to partially burn so as to blacken the surface
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Past tense for to beat in a contest
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